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joplin today. take charge and dream big. smile, it'll make you feel better. and langston hughes, the wonderful poet, said, we here do not walk with darkness, we walk with the sun in the morning. and abc news will be here on that morning, tomorrow morning. "nightline" with a special "nightline" tonight. at abcnews.com, 24 hours a day. as the thunder begins again. more rain pours down from joplin, missouri. i'm diane sawyer, good night. >> the attack on a giant fan and criminal history of a suspected gang member. >> facing lay offs. jobs are cut from the budget but not the new office furniture. >> a daring demonstration below the richmond bridge. find out why they risk their lives to make a points. >> and defending the round up of thousands of horses . what might happen if they are allowed to roam free. >> we have breaking news. >> you are looking at a live picture from sky 7 hd, a tour bus run off of the interstate. it happened on lion road south of cherry glen. the chp said the bus veered off of the roadway and took out 50 or 60 feet of fence. >> 13 people were taken to the hospital.
quite sure. pardon me. the amsterdam news. langston hughes had a column in the newspaper. he had a spokesman, of very simple kind of guy who he name symbol. the title of this column was simple says. one of the things that i remember reading in knowing when i was young was simple says let's kill all the white folks, except eleanor roosevelt. [laughter] >> okay. five children. did she spend time with them? common with the upper class of that era : the children were little they turned over a lot of their care to nurses and governesses and hired help. the later years of her life, one of the reasons why should travel so much to go out and see a lot of her children all over the country. elliott never went to college and was kind of a bad boy. he would get very good jobs. he's just trading at his father's name. some of the children would be fired by political opponents of the roosevelt. started to embarrass the roosevelts. also trying to keep a foot in the white house. for example, hired anna, the daughter to commend her husband, to run his newspaper. i think the employment would not have
historical giants from phyllis wheatley, paul anbar, langston hughes, james baldwin, alice walker and toni morrison to benjamin banneker, sojourner truth, frederick douglass, w.e.b. du bois, ida b. wells barnett and colin powell. the likely miss of the extraordinary are matched by the equally poignant letters of the ordinary with pen in hand share their joy and pain, ecstasy and heart ached. >> this letter is from hannah grover to her son kato written 1855. my son, kato, i longed to see you in my old age. i live in cold well with mr. grover, the minister of that place. now, my son, i would pray you come to see your -year-old mother or send me $20 i will come and see you in philadelphia. and if you can't come to see your mother, please, send me a letter and tell me where you live, with family you have and what you do for a living tree all i am a poor old servant. i long for freedom and my master will free me if anybody will engage to maintain me so that i don't come upon him. i love you, kato. you love your mother, you are my only son. this from your affectionate mother, mel hannah gro
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